For Release: Immediate – Day, April 19th, 2020
With rising interest and heightened importance amid the rapid growth of the digital economy,
three popular classes will cater to learners of all ages seeking to transition to a software-sector career
Albany and Kingston, NY – AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode, part of a nonprofit organization
creating a new generation of software coders, are responding to the growing digital economy by
offering their most ambitious summer schedule of coding courses. Driven by increased interest and the
heightened importance of computer skills, three classes will be offered to enable individuals of all ages
and backgrounds to gain the software development skills necessary to succeed in tech careers.
The courses include Front-End Web Development, presented in partnership with SUNY Ulster, and
BOCES. All classes will continue to be provided remotely, featuring hands-on, real-time instruction
together with presentations from software-sector mentors in the Capital Region and Hudson Valley.
“The future is incredibly bright in the software industry, and our goal is to ensure that anyone in our
community who is motivated to learn new skills and launch a high-tech career has the pathway to do
so,” said Annmarie Lanesey, Founder and CEO of AlbanyCanCode and KingstonCanCode. “As our regional
economy recovers and charts a path forward, we are more committed than ever to providing high-
quality education, engagement, and opportunities for anyone seeking to be involved in the software